Category Archives: Organizing

Kids, Trees and Organizing

I live in Connecticut. This means trees… everywhere. Recently, it has occurred to me that dealing with trees is similar to rearing children. Here are some lessons I’ve learned by observing trees and kids…   TREES AND KIDS ARE MESSY Come early May, trees around here make their presence known. We start to see a lot

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Organizing Outside

Summer is just around the corner, and that means we will be spending more time outside. This can bring some welcome relief to well-used family rooms and bedrooms, but it can also bring a new set of challenges. How do we organize all of the outside supplies? Since everyone’s living situation is different, there is

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The Modern Albatross

Is your home a burden? Do you look around and feel defeated? Sometimes, the very spaces which are supposed to refresh us end up weighing us down, like an albatross around our neck.  Many people today are overrun by “stuff” in their spaces. For perspective: 74% of families can’t park their cars in their garage

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It Might Be Worth Something

Many of us hold onto items because we believe they might be worth something. Some of us have collections from childhood, while others have inherited pieces or antiques. Unfortunately, while some possessions are truly valuable, many are not. Before you make a decision to hold onto an item for its monetary value, check the market

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A Better Desk

For most people, a clear surface enhances productivity. A wide-open space enables us to spread out, minimize distractions, and focus on what is important. More often than not, people who say “I like a messy space!” are making an excuse for “I don’t want to take the time to clean this up.” If your desk is

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